The Blithedale Romance - Section 6- Chapter 11: The Wood-Path and Chapter 12: Coverdale's Hermitage Summary & Analysis

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Section 6- Chapter 11: The Wood-Path and Chapter 12: Coverdale's Hermitage Summary

In "The Wood-Path", the eleventh chapter, Coverdale takes a holiday shortly after Moodie's visit with the intent of spending the day secluded in the woods. His reflections are interrupted by an impertinent voice hailing him to ask a question. Irritated with the stranger's tone, Coverdale directs him to the path leading to the farmhouse when the man asks for Zenobia, but the man asks Coverdale to arrange a private interview so Coverdale directs him to Zenobia's favorite resort at this time of day where she will likely be alone. After amusing himself with an odd character sketch of Hollingsworth, the stranger, who identifies himself as Professor Westervelt, asks about Priscilla, causing Coverdale to decline any further connection with his affairs as Priscilla has closer friends through whom...

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